Being buildings-people in Northern Minnesota, we made a quick stop through Frank Lloyd Wright's Lindholm Service Station.
The roof, gutters and trim elements are copper, the structure of the walls is concrete block and the windows and doors are single pane with aluminum frames (brrr). I wonder how he would have used current building materials.
The interior has an all-glass, second story attendant-lookout which, I think, is the most beautiful and functional (for the 1930s) element of the design.
But the huge cantilevered carport coupled with the all-glass lookout makes me think the whole building could, at any minute, tip over.